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breaking news. earl avbz. hurricane el batters parts of north carolina, bringing heavy wind, rain and power outages along with it. we'll have live cbs news coverage up and down the east coast. airport shutdown. a passenger at miami international is arrested after a screener sees a suspicious package inside a bag. four airport concourses had to be evacuated. we'll bring you the very latest. jobs, jobs, jobs. the august unemployment numbers come out this morning and the news is not expected to be good. what this could mean for the economy and your wallet. and acid attack. a woman is nearly blinded by a complete stranger after having acid thrown in her face. she'll tell her incredible survival story "early" this friday morning, september 3, survival story "early" this friday morning, september 3, 2010. captioning funded by cbs
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well, the streets are a little quiet here in new york city, but out in ocean city, maryland, you can see the waves starting to roil up out there. hurricane earl is riding a path up the coastline of the eastern seaboard. and it's causing some problems out there. >> that it is. a lot of people are starting their preparations in anticipation of the problems to come over this, of course, holiday weekend. we have reporters up and down the east coast this morning. and as we say, hurricane earl arrived overnight, bringing heavy rain, dangerous wind gusts as it brushes along the east coast. among the people we want to check in with first is kelly cobiella, who is in kill devil hills, north carolina, where they're really freeeeling the bt
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of it this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. north carolina was hoping to be waving good-bye to the worst of earl by now, but as you can see, that's clearly not the case. we're still getting wind gusts of up to 40 miles an hour. and this painful rain that's whipping sideways. you can see it behind me. it hits you in the face. it feels like gravel in the face. this really kicked in around 2:00 in the morning and it has not let up. hurricane earl battered north carolina's coast with strong winds and horizontal rain for hours last night. wind gusted up to 70 miles an hour. at one point, more than 500 homes were without power. across north carolina's outer banks, some 30,000 tourists cleared out. but there was no evacuation order for most locals. they boarded up businesses, bought generators and planned to wait it out. >> one day it will come back but
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hopefully it won't. >> reporter: the big worries from the storm that stretches 400 miles, waves as high as 18 feet. and a storm surge up to 5 feet that push sea water and sand across the roads. last year a storm left 4 feet of sand in bill jones' driveway. >> it was two weeks before i could get into the house to start to clear the driveway. >> reporter: dent look like that will be the case this time around. as far as we can tell the damage -- >> you can see there the storm is right there with kelly because it's affecting our signal, going in and out. we want to turn to dave price watching earl along the coast in ocean city, maryland, preparing for its arrival there. dave, good morning. >> reporter: you can tell that wind buffeting the satellite dish. the winds will begin to roll in here now. we're seeing the winds pick up.
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waves 9 to 10 feet, expected to grow to 17 feet along the coastline. it's a quick moving storm and pushing eastward. we're talking about a category 2 moving to the north-northeast at 18 piles an hour, 219 to the south-southeast of where i'm standing right now in ocean city. by 2:00 p.m. it should be 200 miles right offshore. the heaviest rain here in ocean city, probably between 8:00 and 2:00 p.m. this evening. tropical storm warnings in effect. tomorrow, a nice sunny day. let's talk about what we expect. this storm rolls up to the jersey shore. you'll see less rain because of the eastern path it's taking, 20 to 30-mile-an-hour wind. long island, you catch a break, no direct hit. 30 to 40-mile-an-hour wind. the hurricane watch now canceled. keep in mind, we still have a hurricane warning for cape cod. it is going to be a rough go for
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you. there's still some lack of surety on the exact path as it rolls up toward new england. the rain just beginning, the winds kicking up. we have a category 2 storm. the danger up and down the eastern seaboard straight through the weekend is going to be right there, in the atlantic. a dangerous rip current. no one on the beaches here today. erica, harry, back to you in new york. >> good job. up see the seas churning up out there. it has been nearly 20 years since new england has been hit by a hurricane, but earl is expected to pound the massachusetts coast tonight and tomorrow. cbs news national correspondent dean reynolds is in chatham, massachusetts, on cape cod with the very latest. dean, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, harry. well, it's the direction of earl uppermost on everyone's mind here because just a small shift in the course could save the people up here a lot of trouble and money. from long island to cape cod, those on the eastern seaboard awaited word on earl's
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direction. if it turns west, it could run smack into long island and cape cod. if it heads east and out to sea, $1 billion in damages might not occur. the red cross was storing up supplies and power company trucks were positioned on long island. while on cape cod, they were hauling boats from the sea. >> i think it's going to be over 75 to maybe even 100 miles an hour in chatham, so it's not worth the risk. >> reporter: there may be a state of emergency in massachusetts, but there's no sense of urgency yet. tourists strolled the shower and peered into the distance for an early glimpse of the storm to come. what are you doing to be prepared? >> water, candles, food, ice. >> reporter: and while those along the shore on cape cod are being urged to leave, many are staying put and looking ahead to earl's departure. you're just going to ride it out? >> hopefully it's back to the beach. >> reporter: now, earl may have
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been downgraded to a category 2, but that that still makes it the strongest storm to threaten new england in 20 years. >> dean reynolds, we hope it stays just like that. erica? >> thanks. more breaking news this morning we want to get to from miami, where the main airport has reopened after being shut down overnight. after a suspicious package was found in a piece of luggage, cbs news correspondent bob orr joins us this morning with the latest. bob, good morning. >> good morning, erica. we can say the holiday weekend is off to a tense started with the latest airport scare in miami. authorities tell us everything is getting back to normal. but for seven hours overnight, four of miami's six terminals were shut down. airport roads in the vicinity were closed, passengers were all ordered evacuated and bomb squad technicians moved in. it started around 9:00 with a security officer spotted something in a checked bag, the luggage screening area, where
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all the bags are put through explosive detection machines. police went out and located the owner of the bag and took that passenger into custody. now we're told the person is expected to be released and may have been released already. while officials will not say exactly on the record what was found, we're led to believe it was not dangerous. for you, the good news is that this evacuation happened during nonpeak hours overnight. not that many flights were effected. there could be residual delays as operations get back to full speed throughout the day. we'll monitor the situation for you. >> thank you for the update. now, here's harry. >> this morning wall street will be watching the latest unemployment numbers very closely. for any clues to the future for the weak economy. cbs news business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis also watching this morning as well. good morning. >> good morning. >> what can we expect? >> we're expecting to learn that the economy lost 100,000 jobs overall in the month of august and that the unemployment rate
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ticked higher to 9.6%. >> there's always a give and take with the economy hemorrhaging some jobs but new jobs being created. where is the give and take here? >> what we're expecting to learn is that private employers, the kind of employers, for example, that cbs is, added jobs in the month of august, 41,000 new jobs there. however, census workers are what are dragging these numbers down right now. 115,000 census workers expected to have their temporary jobs come to the end in the month of august. i should make a significant point here. private jobs are the ones we want to see growing. 41,000 isn't enough. >> many more than that. to, taking all of this into consideration, the jobs numbers, an uptick on the market this week, there's still this sort of a sense out there that the economy is languishing and needs something to really get it going again. >> there is. this report will be very significant as the white house considers additional stimulus,
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as the federal reserve considers additional stimulus if the report comes out considerably more negative than expect takings, that could mean in the future we will see more stimulus. of course, in this last week we've seen a lot more positive numbers from manufacturing to the housing data. >> yeah, there's a report in the washington post this morning about talk about new tax breaks for businesses and everything else. finally this morning, in items of these jobs, does it seem like there really is finally a tapering off in the job hemorrhaging? >> well, right now employers, as they look at how many employees they have and the kind of work, the output they need to do, the good news is that the number of layoffs they anticipate making in the future is at a ten-year low. so, they expect they need to keep their employees on, their current employees on, just to keep up with the demand that exists right now. >> rebecca jarvis, thank you for your insight. more news with betty nguyen at the news desk this morning. good morning. >> good morning, harry. good morning to you at home. we begin with the new oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico. the good news, it's not like the
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bp disaster, but it is just off the louisiana coast. cbs news correspondent don teague is in new orleans. good morning, don. >> reporter: good morning, betty. there were several frightening hours for the crew of this offshore platform, but thankfully, they all escaped the fire unhurt. the explosion and fire aboard the offshore oil platform vermilion 380 were spotted by workers on a neighboring rig. >> we did see the plume of smoke. and that did draw our attention. >> reporter: there were 13 crew members doing routine maintenance on the platform when the fire started. their only escape from the flames, the water. they jumped in wearing life jackets and locked arms for safety, floating together for two hours before being rescued by a nearby ship. >> all 13 members aboard the oil platform have survived with to serious injuries. >> reporter: the first pictures of the fire were reminders of bp's deepwater horizon disaster. but vermilion is owned by
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mariner energy. it's a oil and natural gas production, anchored to the sea floor in 340 feet of water. it ordinarily pumps 1400 barrels of oil per day from seven active wells. the company says, they're safely shut down and not leaking oil. >> there were no drilling activities under way. this isn't a blowout by any means and no reported sheen or oil or spill around the facility. >> reporter: now officials are trying to determine what sparked the fire on vermilion 380. 200 miles east of the damaged platform, bp is still working on it's blown out well. yesterday engineers removed that temporary cap on the well that stopped the oil flowing finally in july. no oil is still flowing. after labor day they will begin to permanently kill this well from the bottom. betty? >> cbs's don teague live in new orleans for us this morning. thank you. it is being called the largest human trafficking case
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in u.s. history. six suspects are under arrest and accused of luring 400 people from thailand to the u.s. with promises of lucrative jobs. the laborers were forced to work on farms in hawaii and dozens of other states. in washington, israeli and palestinian leaders left their first face-to-face peace talks in nearly two years agreeing to meet again. cbs news senior white house correspondent bill plante has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. not only to meet again but to have a framework for peace in just one year. a very ambitious goal for a decades' old standoff. mid east u.s. envoy george mitchell sounded an optimistic note. >> i believe very strongly, deeply and personally, that this conflict can be resolved. >> reporter: but senator mitchell's optimism may be premature. each side faces a divided public at home. for israel, jewish settlers are vowing to restart construction,
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which is now frozen, in jerusalem in the west bank. and for the palestinians, the radical group hamas refuses to recognize the state of israel and rejects the leadership of the palestinian authority. secretary of state clinton who will attend the mid-september summit, says the united states will be actively involved in the negotiations. >> for our part, the united states has pledged its full support for these talks. and we will be an active and sustained partner. >> reporter: but if mid east diploma diplomacy, there's a crisis lurking around every corner. the settlement freeze expires september 26th. palestinians say if it isn't extended, talks are over. but extending it could break up president netanyahu's governing coalition. >> thank you, bill. embarrassing moment for arizona governor jan brewer is making the rounds on the internet. during a debate the governor
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suffered through a painfully long pause. >> we have done everything we could possibly do. we have -- did what was right for arizona. i will tell you that -- >> brewer said she doesn't think she'll debate again during it campaign. now let's go back to dave price in ocean city, maryland, and get our first look at the weather around the country. good morning, dave. >> well, good morning to you, betty. we have a mess on our hands. hopefully it's a quick moving one. the rain beginning to move into ocean city, maryland, the birds are even grounded behind me. let's take a look at the maps and see what's happening around the rest of the country. we'll have more on the hurricane in just a little while. keep if mind, temperature will drop back into the 80s in the forth east. that's where we like it. the southeast, sunny and hot with temperatures in the 80s and 90s. the high heat pushed to places
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like raleigh, north carolina, where you could break a record stretching back to 1950 today, getting up to or above 98 degrees. ohio valley, scattered showers and t-storms, 60s and 70s. northern plains, sunshine and pleasant. southwest, how does 109 soun . >> here is an early look at what's going on in your area. >> 7:16. liking the surf behind dave shouldn't be too bad. earl though is still a hurricane. we are watching him spinning east of the virginia north carolina border with heavy rains, a few of those showers into southern maryland and northern neck. temperatures in the 70s with 60s now in the valley. 88 by noon, a little more sun drive home temperature is 87. >> >> 9 news now is brought to you in part by lighten up. . >> you can tell by the microphone sounds the winds picking up so is the rain.
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here we go. and so is the rain. here we go. harry, erica, over to you. >> good job. >> dave, thanks. still ahead this morning, a woman is attacked with a cup of acid. thrown at her face by a complete stranger. she'll share her really unbelievable story of survival. also, the best deals on four wheels. find out why this weekend is the best time of year to buy a car. plus, just how clean is your kitchen? if you're like many americans, not very. probably wouldn't even pass a restaurant inspection. don't invite us to dinner. just kidding. we'll tell you how to clean it up.
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just ahead, it's an incredible story out of washington state. a woman parks her car, going to get a cup of coffee. a woman arrives out of nowhere, throws acid in her face.
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luckily, she was wearing sunglasses. you can see the aftereffects of that attack. also coming up this morning, they have these brand new restaurant kitchen inspections in new york. where they give you a letter grade. we're afraid to say that if the inspectors came to your kitchen and checked out your household kitchen, you may not get a very good grade. >> don't throw that at me. >> i'm just -- >> my kitchen? >> to the general audience. >> what grade would you get? >> a-plus. we'll be right back. >> announcer: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by expedia. the best travel tools are all in one place. where you book matters. expedia. home. so with more flight options, i can find the combination that gets me there and back quickest. where you book matters. expedia.
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. >> we want to take you now to virginia beach. bruce is there and how are the winds now? >> reporter: you can see it is very, very light. i actually found this boogie board. i have been able to hold this up throughout the winds here. we have had nothing here in virginia beach like we had saw down in north carolina, the outer banks. but we are getting some pretty good surf and you can take a look out there and see that there are people out checking out the storm, taking pictures, playing in the water up to their knees. and we are not sure what the impact of those waves is going to be. we are thinking we are pretty much in the clear but we will have to check with howard on that. the hope is we are going to see some sun here in virginia beach and no damage but some sun along about 3:00 or something this afternoon. back to you. >> chris it is good to see you were able to lose the jacket. now to howard bernstein for a
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look at the forecast. >> we are watching earl. bruce is in virginia beach right here, there's a heavy band just offshore, we are watching the rain into nor folks, eastern north carolina still raining but you do inland, -- go inland and it is clear. bruce may will seeing the sun by the noon hour not just 3:00. the storm is north of the virginia border moverring north northeast sustained winds offshore at the center at 105 miles per hour. we will wait until the 8:00 advisory. as far as earl since last night you can see the blue numbers are the gusts, white numbers are the sustained winds. at midnight we were gusting in the 20s. overnight in the 30s. at 7:00 now, gusts in the 32. there at 38 at 6:00 a.m., 34 miles per hour gusts at virginia beach. up the coast in ocean city and we will see scott broom coming
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ut at noon, 26, 25. those winds are dpoog to -- these winds are going to pick up. to 45 certainly possible along the immediate coast, but in washington, our wind speeds are only 6 miles per hour. so the impact here in the immediate metro and especially west, minimal if any at all. one thing we are seeing is the cloudiness from this and it will help knock temperatures down, around 94 for the high. as far ago earl's track, into the morning and afternoon, at 2:00, close to parallel with ocean city, as it is pull ago way. this is probably when we will see some of the worst weather as well between let's say 10:00 to 2:00 over at ocean city and as the storm pulls away, this is when we will see our winds lightning up along the beach and this afternoon, we will get into sunshine, might be late. tonight earl approaches martha vineyard still at category one.
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so they have hurricane warnings up there. then going to canada and nova scotia and a big change coming into the weekend. looking at today, 82 at 9:00 with the clouds, 88 at noon. sunshine is starting to show up and partly sunny at least at 5:00. 87 we have temperatures this morning which have been mild, upper 70s here. upper 60s in the valley and in fredericksburg, 75. so it is a warm morning and we are looking at the seven day forecast which has some big changes. in fact temperatures today still on the hot side around 90 as we see more sun this afternoon. breezy tomorrow, 79. that will feel great. sunday nighttime lows in the 50s. 85 for labor day and tuesday and wednesday back in the 80s and a chance of a storm late wednesday into thursday. jessica, back to you. of course labor day weekend a big get out of town weekend
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but maybe affecting normal traffic patterns. >> not directly affecting the metro right now but in terms of people maybe delaying a little bit. >> as far as people heading out toward the beach right now things look wide open, lanes are wide open. if you are going to venture out and enjoy the beach this labor day weekend you want to hit the roads probably now. >> as far as problems since early on, 95 has been a mess, northbound we have word of a new accident at the springfield parkway, losing a center lane and just jammed up from that point up toward jammed upstarting at dale city, that has not let up all morning, continuing on to 395 slow from duke and again to the 14th street bridge. and route 1 over the georgia. >> keep it here 9 news now and check us out at 9 news now on
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♪ i just need somebody to love >> i hope you know who that is. a little ush esh fer on a frida morning. welcome back to "the early show." >> big usher. >> it is. >> massive amounts of usher coming up in our second hour. we'll be hanging around for that. >> absolutely. also ahead, times are tough so you're giving up a lot, maybe eating at home. there's a new study find out 1 out of 7 homes would fail the kind of kitchen inspection restaurants get. they say that's kind of conservative because it could be worse depending on the number of people who actually answered this. here's a tip, careful of the kitchen sink. we'll tell you how you can make your kitchen a little healthier. >> everyone throw out their sponges. experts tell us this time is the best time of year to buy a new car. there are big sales going on this labor day weekend.
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dealers have to make room for new models so they're cutting deals left and right. we'll tell you how to save the most money. before we get to all of that, we want to get you the very latest on hurricane earl. kelly cobiella is standing by in kill devil hills, north carolina, where she has been feeling a fair amount of earl this morning. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. not the most pleasant of conditions here in kill devil hills or along much of the outer banks of north carolina. we were hoping to be done with the worst of earl by for you, but as you can see, we've got -- we're getting periods of this driving rain that moves sideways. very strong, gusty winds, gusting up to 40 miles an hour at some points. and this is happening throughout the outer banks area. now, as we drove around early, early this morning we did not see any major damage despite all of this weather. we saw some siding off buildings, some flooded streets, but emergency officials are waiting until a lot of this
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calms down before they get out and really assess what kind of damage they're seeing here along the coast. >> kelly, you mentioned you were hoping this would be done, but the waves keep coming through. how much longer do you expect the weather to last? >> reporter: well, so far we've been dealing with this since about 2:00 in the morning. now we're being told by local emergency officials here that it could last another three hours or so before, you know, the winds die down, the rains die down. and people actually get out on the roads and see what this storm has done. >> hopefully at that point you'll have a chance to maybe go inside somewhere and dry off. kelly, thanks. we appreciate it. now here's harry. >> now a disturbing story from washington state where a woman is lucky she wasn't blinded this week when a passerby threw acid in her face. betty nguyen is here with more on this shocking and random attack. >> just so tragic. good morning. bethany storro has overcome
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challenges nearly all of her life. the 28-year-old has been virtually deaf since childhood. last monday she was viciously attacked by a complete stranger. as police search for the suspect, this brave young woman is describing what happened for the first time. >> reporter: with her parents at her side and her face wrapped in bandages, bethany storro recalled the violent random attack that may have disfigured her for life. >> it was the most painful thing. my heart stopped. i almost passed out. >> reporter: earlier this week the 28-year-old was celebrating a new job when she got out of her car in an upscale neighborhood in vancouver, washington. out of nowhere, a stranger appeared. >> said, hey, pretty girl, and she turned and she said, do you want a drink of this? and my daughter said, no, i'm going to starbucks. i'm all right. and the woman threw this acid substance -- some sort of acid, in her face. >> reporter: storro stumbled to the ground as the skin on her face bubbled.
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she could literally hear it burning. >> it went through my clothes. >> she had her face in her hands screaming, it burned, it burned. >> reporter: she described the suspect as an african-american female in her mid-20s. a police spokesperson told cbs news they have not located a person. >> did you wake up that morning and go, i'm going to carry some acid in a cup and throw it on the first person that i see? >> reporter: the woman who threw acid ran away as a passerby called 911. storro was rushed to the hospital where she's being treated for is he rear burns on her face. >> it's the only area that's spared is the eyelid area, where she had apparently sunglasses on when this occurred. >> reporter: storro had purchased sunglasses just hours before the attack. a decision her mom says saved her from permanently losing her sight. >> the miracle out of this is that yesterday she decided to buy a pair of sunglasses. she never wears sunglasses, ever. >> reporter: despite her pain
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and suffering throughout this ordeal, storro says she remains positive. >> i have an amazing family and friends that love me. and i'm blessed. >> on wednesday bethany underwent surgery to remove dead skin from her face, which will help her burns heal faster. doctors say she'll probably need more surgery in the future. although, harry, it's still too soon to say how much. >> what a crazy story. thank you so much. time now for >> 7:35. watching earl off the coast of the virginia north carolina border. we see this on the satellite and radar. we have clouds a few light showers ordinary reason the northern neck and southern and maryland. 69 in winchester, we are 78. fredericksburg 75. clouds this morning some sun this afternoon, high temperatures around 90.
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this morning, dirty kitchens. put that breakfast down for just a second. according to a new study, if you gave every home kitchen the kind of health inspection restaurants receive, one out of seven kitchens would fail. that might splin a few of the 76 million cases of food-borne disease we find in the u.s. our dr. jennifer ashton is here. it's dig gusting. they found out that test, one out of seven wouldn't pass the test, that's conservative. >> this is precisely why i stay out of my own kitchen. but in actuality, erica, there are a significant number of food-borne illnesses in the country have year resulting in about 325,000 hospitalizations the cdc estimates and about
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5,000 estimated deaths due to foodborne illness. >> it's serious. probably a number go unreported so the numbers could be potentially higher. >> absolutely. >> so, what is it? where are the germiest, grimiest, bacteria-laden spots we need to clean up? >> basically anywhere you put your hands from the second you walk in your kitchen. remember, you can potentially bring germs into your kitchen before you start cutting. anywhere from the faucet and sink to the refrigerator to the stove handles. everywhere. but these are really the biggest hot spots. they start really with what we use to clean our kitchens, which are sponges. >> this -- i can just say, this is a plea to everyone at home. if you're ever in my kitchen, don't use my dish sponge on the sink or on the counter. it's just cross-contamination. >> exactly. it would be great if you could separate sponge for counters, sponges for your dishes. the easiest thing to do is every day or every other day take your sponge, put it in your mike wcre
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for two minutes when it's moist. it kills most germs and bacteria. don't touch it when you take it out because it will be hot. >> use clean tongs. >> right. heat kills bacteria. >> maybe a better choice, not the most environmentally-friendly, but a better choice for count tops are paper towels. >> use one, toss it. if you have a cloth dish towel, make sure you wash it in high temperatures, high heat dryer regularly. but if you're using a cloth dish towel, you want it to air dry before you use it again because, again, bacteria love moisture. >> you have cutting boards. this is important. plastic. >> now, listen, this is a jaw-dropping statistic. a cutting board, especially wood, can actually have 200 times more fecal bacteria that a toilet seat. plastic is better than wood. you want to clean it well afterwards. put it in the dishwasher, high heat, soap, bleach, those are the best things.
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>> you say high heat, soap, bleach and also hand sanitizers. these are things we should use in our kitchen and you ten tills? >> clorox bleach or stainless steel. >> and keep everything separated. and please, stop using my dish sponge on the counter top. >> or like me -- >> or like jen, stay out of the kitchen, order in. up next f you're looking for a new set of wheels, this may be your weekend. there you go. why this could be the best weekend of the year to buy a car. [ male announcer ] let's throw on those saturday clothes. it's doing season. when we grab a little spare time...and get after it. the home depot has all the right prices... and all the know start making things happen... less with our wallets... and more with our own two hands. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. we're lowering the cost of updating your bathroom. with vanities starting at just 49 bucks.
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the 2010 models, they want them off the lot. you'll get a great deal as a result. zero percent financing for up to five years so you won't pay interest for up to five years. $3,000 to $5,000 in cash-back incentives. and you also get the best selection at this time of year. later in the year there might be slightly better deals but you may get an unfortunate color or something. >> the color you don't really, really want. >> exactly. >> so, these are the labor day perks. these are the incentives that are out there? >> yes. >> what kind of cars are we talking about? >> almostmy type of car will have some sort of incentive on it as long as it's a 2010 model and they're trying to get it off the lot. the compacts from the ford focus to the chevy cobalt those are looking at good deals because they are coming out with new models. when they have the new model come out, they want to get rid of the old-looking stuff. trucks tend to have the best cash back offers. suvs also in that category. midsize cars, nissan i'm told has a lot of 2010 models, as
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does toyota. remember all the problems they had earlier this year with prius, this has good incentives. >> this is where car companies make the biggest profits, trucks and suv. i suppose as their inventory is finally coming down, they say, we'll cut you a break. >> it's important to remember, the type of deals, the incentives you're getting from that cash back to the financing, it's coming from the manufacturers themselves. not the dealerships. so the dealership, you negotiate with them on price. the manufacturers have these incentives. >> you have manufacturer incentives, dealers still trying to get as much profit out of every single car. what kind of resources do you suggest we check so we can be armed, as we talked about the other day, with as much information as possible so we really do get the best deal? >>, they talk about buying used rather than new. has the top ten buys
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right now for the labor day weekend. and lastly, go to the manufacturer websites, the general motor, the ford, the toyota websites because there they list the incentives. >> here are our websites. >> go there first then the dealer. >> is that your number one buyer tip, do your -- as we always say, do your homework? >> yes. know before you go. do your homework before you head to the dealership lot. once you get to the dealership lot, you want to know the value of your trade-in so you're not just handing over a car and saying, whatever you give me for it, i'll take. you want to know that value. also on top of that, you want to know the incentives before you get there. lastly, negotiate on price with the dealership before you talk incentives. because price is, like i said, where the dealership can come around and you can have a little negotiation. the incentives are set in stone. >> and you can check your trade-in value online as well. thank you very much. for more car buying advice, all you need to do is go to we'll be right back. you're watching "the early show"
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hurricane earl. we want to take you to virginia beach. bruce is there and we want to find out, bruce it looks like it is picking up again. >> reporter: really, i mean remember just when we were out there i had my coat off just a few minutes ago and this we are hoping is earl's last punch. it is a nasty, nasty one and about the most serious winds that we have seen since we e have been out here in this storm. i am looking at my an momenter, i am up to 36, over 36 miles per hour for the most serious strong gusts. if you look down here the sand is blowing across the beach. the wind has shifted it is sucked back toward earl that way. if you go out and look at the waves they're blowing out to sea, but i will tell you what there's still people down here playing in water, having a blast, storm chasers and at this point in virginia beach, we don't have any reports of
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serious damage. good to say. the winds with, the waves are crazy, howard. >> yeah, the storm is about bruce's parallel here, just coming up passing north carolina. the center here, there is virginia beach, around us, there have been a few light showers in southern maryland and northern neck but the winds that bruce is talking about have really picked up since last night. at midnight they were gusting to 24 at virginia beach. the white numbers are the sustained winds, blue are the gusts. you can see now virginia beach had a gust of 48, sustained at 33. but the winds northwest now, that's offshore bruce is talking ability as the winds are wrapping around the circulation of earl which is north of north carolina. the storm on the 8:00 advisory was just east, 168-miles from ocean city moving up to the north expected to pass maybe 3:00 or so, 2:00 or 3:00 ocean city. once it starts pulling away later this afternoon, conditions will improve, we still could be dealing with rip
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tides tomorrow as well. then tonight we worry about whether or not martha's vineyard, nantucket see hurricane conditions on the west side of the storm. they have hurricane warnings there. still forecast to be a storm with 81 miles per hour winds, hurricane cat category one and tomorrow toward nova scotia, they can a lot of water, and we will say good-bye to earl as it moves up toward canada. cloudy skies now, temperatures are warm this morning, 78 it will be 82 by 9:00. 88 at noon. seeing a little more sunshine at noon and by 5:00, partly sunny, maybe a shower west as the front is approaching. it is 70 in culpepper, orange is 726789 here we have got 78 at reagan national andrew at 73.
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8:03. we are watching earl. earl now getting near it the virginia-north carolina border starting to impact southeast virginia with light rain in southern maryland and the northern neck t ocean city will start getting into it. it will probably be rough until 2 to 3. 87, 90 today, breezy, only near 80 on saturday. >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by comfort inn.
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after a long day of vacation, relax with comfort inn. >> they'd be grounded if they were my kids. that's all i have to say. dangerous, all kidding aside, right here along the shoreline. keep in mind, high heat in places like the carolinas. we'll see strong thunderstorms in the southern plains. we'll send it back to you guys in new york. >> thank you, dave. good morning to you at home. miami international airport reopened this morning after being shut down by an overnight security scare. most of the airport was evacuated and a traveler was detained when screeners found a metal canister in his luggage. let's go more from wfor-tv in miami. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, betty. that man right now is being detained and questioned by local and also federal officials. cbs news has confirmed just a short while ago that the man in question is 70 years old and is a scientist. apparently he had a canister in his luggage that greatly resembled a pipe bomb.
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federal and local law enforcement are interviewing the man right now being detained. at this point no charges have been filed and the man has not been arrested. this canister, which caused the suspicion, has been tested. what we're learning so far, there is no trace of explosives. so, that is very good news. an fbi special agent here at the airport also tells me the man is a u.s. citizen and is cooperating with authorities. again, no charges have been brought at this time. now, this all started about 9:30 thursday evening when this passenger came in on an international flight from brazil and was going through customs. and federal officials detected something suspicious. now, a federal statement that was released tells us, and we have learned, four of the six terminals here at mia were evacuated as a precautionary measure. also, the airport roadways on several parts of the airport were also closed off. however, no flights were
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canceled. there were three flights that were to come in during this time while the airport was being evacuated. but those flights were simply diverted to another section of the airport. so, right now things are running smoothly again at m.i.a. after the airport was evacuated for about seven hours. and this man, the 70-year-old scientist, is, indeed, right now being questioned. betty? >> thank you. unemployment numbers for august are out this morning. the government report is expected to show continued weak hiring by private businesses. and a sharp drop in government payrolls. the jobless rate is expected to rise to 9.6%. if you have a job, you're probably paying more for your health insurance. a new report from the kaise rechlt family foundation finds the annual contribution for family coverage climbed 14% to nearly $4,000 this year. contributions for single coverage grew 15%. on average, companies pay at
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least 70% of the total premiums. a federal investigation is getting under way in the gulf of mexico to determine what caused an explosion and a fire on an oil rig off louisiana. unlike the bp disaster in april, there were no serious injuries in yesterday's explosion. the coast guard says no oil is leaking into the water. and a feeding frenzy off the coast of australia this morning. a helicopter spotted hundreds of tiger sharks hunting as a group. the sharks circled and attacked a massive school of fish. some of the sharks could be seen eating their way right through the middle of the mass of fish. that's wild looking. now back to harry. >> all right, thanks, betty. coming up next, we'll take a break. but when we come back, back to school jitters. how to solve the problem? [ female announcer ] stay once... stay twice... earn a free night! two separate stays at comfort inn or any of these choice hotels
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in this morning's "healthwatch," classroom stress. millions of kids are starting a new school year. some are already back. the rest are heading back after labor day. "early show" contributor dr. jennifer hartstein is a child and adolescent psychologist here with advice for all of us to help calm those back to school jitters, no matter what age. and this really does -- i mean, it's normal to be a little nervous. you're anxious. you're excited. you're starting a new school year. could be a new classroom, a new school system. when do you know this is -- this is really a problem for your child more than just the normal jitters? >> right. it's hard to know the difference between anticipator toy anxiety or i'm nervous. if they're crying all the time, they're sick a lot, don't wanted to go. having stomachaches, headaches. you want to start to figure out what's making them so nervous, and it could be the beginning of school. >> if it is school causing these jitters, you've broken this down
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for us by age. starting with preschoolers. could be potentially the first time they're separating from mom and dad. >> you wanted to try and help them do it as easily as possible. you may not have done this yet, but you want to build in separations as much as you can so they get used to just not being with mom and dad. you want to read with them a lot. you want to give them as much time to start to get ready for school. stay positive as a parent. you mentioned parent anxiety. parents can get nervous. kids will pick up on that. you want to be aware. if you can visit the classroom and get names of classmates, that's helpful so they know what they're expecting going in. >> make it more familiar before they get there. after you've gone through preschool, this is big time, we're going to kindergarten. >> and some of the things still apply. so, you still want to stay positive as a parent and see if you can visit the school and the classroom. the more familiar, the better. you want to focus on cooperation and discipline. how are they going to handle being in a classroom, having to be with other kids, having to follow the rules? also, you can practice reading,
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math, all those things at home outside of school in really fun ways so they're ready for all the school things that have to happen. >> give them a better idea of what to expect. >> exactly. >> it seems in some ways addition it's easier with your young kids. for the most part they get excited about it but kids going from elementary to middle school, this can be a scary time because of all the changes they're going through as an adolescent. >> preteen, heading into middle school, bullying becomes a bigger issue, cliques become a bigger issue. you wanted to be aware of how that might add into some of their anxiety. talk to them about what to do, who to talk to, who to ask for help. in addition, there are those fundamentals. you want to think about organization. these kids are changing classes in sixth grade. they have to keep different notebooks. time management, how do they get their projects done. how to increase their self-confidence by involving them in things they enjoy. you're not going to put your pee wee in football but he may want
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to play tennis. help them feel positive in their lives. >> and that will help boost their self-esteem in so many other yaz. you mentioned bullying be a big problem and more so as they get older. i imagine middle to high school, that's a major issue for parents and kids. >> both. it's middle school into high school. it's all middle school. it's really being very careful of that. >> so we look out for bullying and those signs you mentioned earlier. jen, great to have you with us. i'm more relieved already. >> good. >> hope it's an easy transition. we are preparing to welcome usher to the plaza. his music old and new is coming your way as our "early summer concert series" continues. you don't want to miss it. stick around. >> announcer: "cbs healthwatch" sponsored by walmart. save money, live better. walmart. ♪ ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh [ mom ] walmart checks other stores' prices so we can save on all our game time favorites. aah! [ laughter ] [ dad ] what do you think of that, huh? [ mom ] and if there's a better price out there,
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lindsay lohan is taking a step back into the hollywood
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mainstream. she has a small part in the movie "machete," opening today. nancy o'dell is joining us with more. good to see you this morning. >> good to see you, too, erica. you know, the question that everybody in hollywood is asking, of course, can "machete" cut through all the bad press lohan has gotten this year and can moviegoers separate lindsay's character. >> reporter: the stars rolled up in style for the los angeles premiere of "machete," co-star lindsay lohan's first film in three years, but she was a no-show. >> lindsay was asked not to be there because her personal problems would detract from the actual film. >> reporter: still lohan's filmmakers say her performance in "machete" is a razor sharp comeback. >> she's amazing. >> i can't wait for people to see it because it will remind them, oh, yeah, there's an actress behind all the distractions of the paparazzi. >> reporter: lohan's latest
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legal troubles began less than a year ago. she showed up more than an hour late to her beverly hills probation hearing. >> the court is also going to -- >> reporter: and it got even worse. in july she was a no show for an appearance and was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 90 days of rehab. she served only a fraction of those sentences. everybody is saying she got off easy when it came to the law. but do you think that she is paying careerwise? >> she's certainly paying careerwise. if she really wants to focus on her career she needs to surround herself with smart advisers, smart people that can help her chose a role that's not a troubled personal backstory so she can achieve that career comeback she wants. >> love yeah. bye. >> reporter: it's easy to forget that before her run-ins before the law she was a much loved star with endless potential. dressed as a nun and toting a gun in "machete" might do little to remind audiences of her skills as an actress.
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>> in this movie she has threesomes with her mother, naked for a big chunk of time, a scene where her father picks her up from a drug den. it's hard to separate her real life and the acting right there. >> reporter: so you're not really going to be focusing on her performance? >> that's exactly right. >> and, unfortunately, it is hard to revive a film career when it's on what some are calling the hollywood equivalent of life support. as you'll recall, her last movie "i know who killed me" was one of the most notorious flops of 2007. we hope that doesn't happen this go round. >> not helpful when you look at all that. also as we heard from the hollywood reporter, the role itself may not be the best vehicle for lindsay coming back, although obviously this was shot a little while ago. is there one particular role that could help her restart her career? >> i think her advisers are telling her and observers by watching say she needs to remind the public what a good actress she really is. and she really is.
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lindsey powers with the hollywood reporter suggested doing fallen apart in an ensemble drama then all the focus wouldn't be on lindsay. something that shows an image or emotions. perhaps she would follow robert do downey jr.'s lead. for example, he did "iron man," everybody said that was a can comeback. i think people would be pulling for him. >> and cease continuing to do well. she does have a little something coming up next which doesn't exactly fit that bill, does it, nancy? >> no. doesn't, unfortunately. when you hear this you just go, oh, no. it's not an action role or a role that will remind fans of lohan's more innocent times. she's set to play the lead in a movie called "inferno" which tells the story of linda lovelace. it actually is a role that could show her talents as an actress
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because she is playing the lead or once again be a role where people can't get past the nudity and risque scenes. we'll just have to wait and see what happens. >> there are reports out that britney spears' old manager is now taking on lindsay lohan's career. what do you know about that? >> i've heard some of those rumors as well. we've seen britney do a little comeback and every now and then we see a misstep again. you would hope whoever is out there advising lindsay will do some of these things we're talking about. the thing we remember about lindsay and everybody is tending to forget her beginning movie and she was this really cute freckle-faced kid we all loved and adored in "parent trap" and we want to see her go back to that and not go through these troubles. you know, the one thing i can say is that sometimes the bigger the fall that you take, the bigger the rise you can make. for lindsay, a lot of us are pulling for her out there.
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i've certainly interviewed her umpteen times. i have to say, she's a very nice young lady. i hope she gets it together -- >> and as the pendulum swings in terms of sympathy is starting to swing back in her direction. she comes out, does the "vanity fair," talks about -- they say she's really not addicted to prescription drugs, et cetera, et cetera. maybe, maybe, you know -- and i think you're right. people really do love a comeback. >> absolutely. we saw it with britney spears and -- >> you mentioned "parent trap" but also "mean girls," she was fantastic in that movie. >> nancy, thank you. it is interesting because there are days that headlines come up on her story and you're like -- >> not again. >> not another one. >> everybody's always happy to open the door, you know. >> and she's determined, too. still ahead this morning, >> and she's determined, too. still ahead this morning, usher is♪ ♪
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hello again. howard again steen. we are watching earl going up the coast offshore thankfully. some made it into southern maryland but it's been fairly light. temperatures running in the 70s. you see the gusts here there are morning. can get as high as 78. >> things have cleared up. 95 northbound looking real good right now. delays have cleared. moving over to 395, a little slowdown from the pentagon to the 14th street bridge. right now, everything is looking good from the beltway up to that point. we're going to finish with the outer loop. 95 over to georgia avenue, 10 minutes. a little bit up 2702 as well. >> thanks, chris. clouds around this morning, 82 by 9. 88 by noon. a little sunshine.
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awesome crowd all the way from southern illinois to odessa, texas. and regal park. >> that, too. >> everybody's here because they want to hear the smooth sounds of r&b superstar usher, who's going to rock the plaza this half hour as part of our "early summer concert series." >> looking forward to that. >> big crowd for that. looking forward too it. we'll hear from the five-time grammy winner in just a moment. we'll take you back to the utter banks. hopefully we can make this work, talk to the couple who's not letting the hurricane get in the way of their wedding. first we want to check in with dave price. he's in ocean city, maryland, this morning. he's got the latest check for us of not only your weather but also where hurricane earl is off to next. dave, good morning again. >> good morning to you, guys. the waves really beginning to kick up here. just a reminder, by the way, last week when danielle was making its round, as far out as
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it was, they did 500 rescues from the waters right off ocean city. now, keep in mind, there was one fatality last week. that's with a storm that was much further out than this storm will be. so, the rip current is going to be the most dangerous factor as we head through the holiday weekend up and down the eastern seaboard. we can't stress it enough. let's take a look as we head into the holiday, what it's going to be like all across the country. let's go to the maps and bring it up. here we go. the northeast, it looks like we'll finally see temperature begin to drop. the southeast, sunny and hot with temps in the 80s and 90s. across the ohio valley, some scattered showers, some thunderstorms, temps in the 60s and 70s. and cool and beautiful in the northern plain states. the southern plains, where we could see trouble. isolated thunderstorms, gusty winds, some hail is a possibility. and then the southwest, man, make sure you buy a pool. phoenix at 109. vegas at 109. 70s along the loews. 90s to 100s as you head inland.
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we are continuing to watch hurricane earl, our next big, hurricane earl, our next big, we're watching earl off the mid-atlantic coast. clouds across the metro along the coast, that's where we have the heavy rain and winds gusting 30, 40 miles an hour. some showers making it south and east of town, principal gorge, temperatures in the 70s. we'll see highs near 90. quickly, earl, a category 2, tropical storm warnings in effect from ocean city up to cape cod. hurricane warning for cape cod. winds still 105 miles per hour moving to the north-northeast at 18 miles an hour. that's it from here.
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bad day to be near the water. in fact, no one allowed in the waters off ocean city today. guys, into you in new york. >> all right, dave. we'll take it. labor day weekend has been a popular time for weddings. it's often a beautiful week en. you could have the wind-swept beach, it's a long weekend. today, though, clear sign it could be a little rough. hurricane earl barrelling up the east coast. lauren cornet and christian are getting married tomorrow in the outer banks. they say no hurricane will stop them. lauren and christian are with us from kill devil hills. good morning. >> good morning, erica. >> good morning. how are you? >> we're doing great. you guys, from everything i've been told, you have a great attitude about this. lauren, you're saying the show must go on and so the wedding is going to take place, is that right? >> yeah. we're going to do what we can tomorrow. our wedding coordinator has been making a bunch of calls and
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making sure that this will happen tomorrow for us. >> so it's going to happen, but what at this point do you know is going to be different in terms of what you'll see versus what you had planned? >> depending on the level of wind and the amount of rain, we may or may not be able to put up the tent that's going to be on the sound side. we may have to take the reception part into a local restaurant that we have for our plan "b." >> you have a backup. christian, you know you may be missing a few people you wanted to be there, some guests at this point have already said they can't make it? >> yeah. a few of them are stuck at points north. you know, we're still hoping most of them can get in. you know, a lot of them are hovering north of the bridge to get onto the outer banks. you know, this is supposed to clear up by later today. we're hoping that, you know, anyone who's seeing this, you know, still come. it will be okay. we'll be eating outdoors tonight. >> there you go. as soon as you see the all-clear, the party will start. get on the bridge, get on over.
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this is a special area. people would say, you know, there's -- it's hurricane season. it could be a little dicey this time of year. lauren, i know this area holds a special area in both of your hearts. >> yeah. i mean, my family and i have been coming here since, you know, the mid-80s. we've had our house since 1992, so, you know, it's a really special place. christian and i have been here a couple different times together. so, you know, rain or shine, it's still a special place and it's the place we want to get married. >> you have such a great altitude. lauren, i know a little nightmare scenario, especially for a lot of ladies. did you really lose your engagement ring in the water? >> yeah,dy on monday. we were just, you know, hanging out in about knee-deep water, throwing a tennis ball, you know, pretty harmless. you know, i caught it. my hand went down into the water and my finger was, i guess, at the perfect straight angle and it slid right off. and then there was no way we were finding it. we looked for about 15 -- 45
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minutes, actually. >> in the surf. you know, we had probably ten people out there sort of combing the beaches, looking for it. the current's strong. it's pretty small. >> is it insured? >> it's like looking for -- it is insured. >> it's beautiful. but it isn't all about the ring. it's about the wedding and the life you two are starting together. you're starting off with a wonderful attitude. we wish you the best, lots of sun for your wedding tomorrow and lots of love. >> thanks very much. >> now it's harry. >> it's been 15 years since usher first sang and danced his way to to the top of the charts. he was only 14 years old back then. now a five-time grammy winner, has sold more than are 45 million records worldwide, usher is now celebrating the release of his new cd "versus" and we're happy to welcome him, performing dj got us falling in love. usher!
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♪ ♪ yeah, man so, we back in the club ♪ ♪ get that body rockin' from side to side ♪ ♪ side to side thank god the week is done ♪ ♪ i feel like a zombie gone back to life ♪ ♪ back to life hands up and suddenly ♪ ♪ we all got our hands up no control of my body ♪ ♪ ain't i seen you before? i think i remember ♪ ♪ those eyes eyes eyes, eyes ♪ ♪ 'cause, baby, tonight the deejay got us ♪ ♪ fallin' in love again yeah, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us fallin' in love again ♪ new york! ♪ so, dance, dance like it's the last ♪
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♪ last night of your life, life ♪ ♪ gonna get you right 'cause, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us fallin' in love again ♪ ♪ keep downing drinks like this ♪ ♪ not tomorrow that just right now, now ♪ ♪ now, now, now, now gonna set the roof on fire ♪ jgonna burn this down down down ♪ ♪ down, down, down hands up ♪ ♪ when the music drops we both put our hands up ♪ ♪ put your hands on my body ain't i seen you before ♪ ♪ i think i remember those eyes eyes, eyes, eyes ♪ ♪ 'cause, baby, tonight the deejay got us ♪ ♪ fallin' in love again yeah, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us falling in love again ♪
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♪ so, dance, dance like it's the last ♪ ♪ last night of your life, life ♪ ♪ gonna get you right 'cause, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us fallin' in love again ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the deejay got us fallin' in love again ♪ 'cause, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us fallin' in love again ♪
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♪ so, dance, dance like it's the last ♪ ♪ last night of your life, life ♪ ♪ gonna get you right 'cause, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us fallin' in love again ♪ 'cause, baby, tonight ♪ ♪ the deejay got us ♪ the deejay got us get your hands up ♪ ♪ get your hands up ♪ dance dance like it's the last last night of your life ♪ ♪ baby tonight deejay got us falling in love again ♪ >> thank you so much. >> awesome, awesome. >> new york! >> yeah.
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i'm watching you from close up. this is what i see when i see you on stage. i see joy. what do you get from them when you're on this stage? >> man, it's the ultimate sense of connection with my fans. i do this music to make sure you guys enjoy it, make sure you guys love it. which is why i decided to do it once again. even though we released an album earlier this year, i wanted to do something special for my fans. because i felt like i didn't get a chance to say everything to you. but when i'm -- when i'm connected right here, this is the best moment, mine, other than with my children, this is the best moments i ever have. thank you, guys, so much. >> that's a good transition because your boys are here. and i hate to have to tell you this, but one of them fell asleep during your song. >> that's the other usher. we're in competition slightly, so he's like, boring. >> boring, boring. what is best for you? when you're in the studio on or stage?
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>> oh, man. on stage, on stage. >> always? >> it's incredible to, you know, to create a record because you know the fans are going to love it, but you really want to get back to the stage. this is the moment -- these are the moments that last forever. i mean, you can't buy this. >> right. >> you know? you can, a ticket, but moi point s it's not like a record. these moments are just for you. new york, this performance is just for you. what happens here won't happen again. >> do you know, when you're in the studio and when it's all working, have you ever been wrong about a song where you thought, this is absolutely going to connect, and it doesn't quite -- have you ever been wrong? >> i mean, i've had a few moments like that. those records are, you know, kind of like your personal favorites. like you don't want to let it go even though everybody's like, fine, it's your album, you can have what you want, but, yeah, everything might not necessarily connect. but there's a deeper story. i mean, if you guys really listen to the lyrics, you pay attention to the notes that go
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into the artwork, which i don't know if you guys even buy albums anymore. do you buy albums or download them? you went and bought a physical copy? the artwork on this album is crazy. listen, the lyrics, there's so many crazy messages inside the lyrics that not only speak to where i was at the moment but also may help you through your moment. >> great to have you here. >> thank you so much. >> i think we're ready for a little something else. >> classic r&b. >> yeah, we need a classic. >> they really reacted to the connection between the usher and female fan. >> this exemplifies it. >> let me take my jacket off. >> okay. >> how you feeling, y'all? anybody know this record? all of my ladies out there. ♪
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>> new york, all of my females, this one's for you. ♪ there goes my baby ooh, girl, look at you ♪ ♪ you don't know how good it feels to call you my girl ♪ ♪ there goes my baby loving everything you do ♪ ♪ ooh, girl, look at you ♪ bet you ain't know that i be checking you out ♪ ♪ when you be putting your heels on ♪ ♪ i swear your body's so perfect, baby ♪ ♪ how you work it baby, yeah ♪ ♪ i love the way that you be poking it out ♪ ♪ girl, give me something to feel on ♪ ♪ so, please believe we're going to be checking it out ♪
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♪ by the end of the night, baby ♪ ♪ i've been waiting all day to wrap my hands ♪ ♪ around your waist ♪ wouldn't trade this feeling for nothing ♪ ♪ not even for a minute and i'll sit here ♪ ♪ long as it takes to get you all alone ♪ ♪ but as soon as you come walking my way ♪ ♪ you gon' hear me say ♪ there goes my baby ooh, girl, look at you ♪ ♪ you don't know how good it feels to call you my girl ♪ ♪ there goes my baby there she go there she go ♪ ♪ ooh, girl, look at you ♪ listen girl i feel like it's our first time every time we get together ♪ ♪ loving you feels better
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than anything ♪ ♪ everything with all my heart ♪ you don't need a ring and i promise i'll come away ♪ ♪ there goes my baby loving everything you do ♪ ♪ ooh, girl, look at you ♪ there goes my baby there she go there she go ♪ loving everything you do ♪ ♪ ooh, girl, look at you snchltd there goes my baby ♪ ♪ there goes my girl ♪ you love love love ♪ there goes my baby loving
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everything you do oh girl look at you ♪ >> love you, ladies. stay tuned. more with usher as "the early show" continues. we'll be right back.
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have a great labor day weekend. one more song from usher, everybody! ♪ ♪ new york city ♪ say yeah ♪ yeah man
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♪ come on ♪ let's go ♪ in the club with my homeys ♪ keep it down on the low key because you know how it is ♪ ♪ from the claims she was in my ear you would think she knows me so decided to chill ♪ ♪ she had me ♪ come on ♪ oh she was saying come get me ♪ ♪ so i got her to the floor ♪ she told me ♪ got my girl ♪ yeah yeah ♪ next thing i know she was
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screaming ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ yeah yeah yeah yeah ♪ she's all up in my head now got me thinking that it might good idea to take her with me 'cause she's ready to leave ♪ ♪ now i gotta keep it real now 'cause on a one-to-ten she's a certified 20 and that just ain't me ♪ ♪ 'cause i do know if i take that chance just where is it gonna lead ♪ ♪ but what i do know is the way she dance makes shorty all right with me ♪ ♪ the way she getting low i'm like yeah just work that out for me ♪ ♪ she asked for one more dance and i'm like yeah how the hell am i supposed to leave and i said ♪ ♪ yeah yeah shorty got down to come and get me ♪ ♪ yeah yeah i got so caught up i forgot she told me ♪ ♪ yeah yeah 'cause if my girl knew it'd be best to hold me ♪ ♪ yeah yeah next thing i knew
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she was all up on me screaming ♪ ♪ yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ let me hear you clap ♪ let me clap ♪ rock away rock away rock away ♪ ♪ and cut jj
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this is 9 news now.
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>> we are watching hurricane earl pass to the east, it is down passing the north carolina/virginia border as it moves to the north, northeast, bringing some heavy rain, soon to ocean city, virginia beach has been getting hit hard, hatteras is still in it, but this an hour, they will be out. and the winds have been picking up. you can see last night, 9:00, winds in the low 20ss, the white numbers are the sustained winds, as it got closer, the speeds have increased. 7, gust of 50 near virginia beach. right now, gusting about 24, 25 open city, still 40 in virginia beach. well, beach drivers, if you are planning to head out to the beach this weekend, now's a good time to leave. 50 eastbound, traffic heading to the bay bridge, looking well. we're going to move to the beltway, if you're trying to get around at the american legion, some minor symptom and goes. heading to virginia, 395
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northbound, that's all clear, no problems as you make your way from the district all the way down to the beltway, 95 in virginia, heading southbound, or northbound, clear commute tore drivers if they want to get out of town this weekend. 70s to near 80 now. 90 today, clouds this morning, little sun this afternoon, maybe a shower this evening. front pushes through, breezy, much cooler tomorrow, near 80. sunday looks beautiful, a cool start, warm afternoon. labor day, 80s, and more 90s later in the week. chevy chase bank is becoming capital one bank.
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with the most locations in the dc area, we figured they could use our help. ♪ down a bit. too much. [ crowd cheering ] [ grunts ] [ garth ] capital one bank. now with the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet?
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The Early Show
CBS September 3, 2010 7:00am-9:00am EDT

News/Business. Usher. (2010) Usher performs; the latest houseguest eliminated from 'Big Brother.' New. (HD) (CC) (Stereo)

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